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VB.net - pull SQL data into PowerPivot

Posted on 2012-03-14
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Is it possible to query a SQL database in PowerPoint from VB.net and bring the results into an Excel PowerPivot?

What sort of code would I use?

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you can create the query in the power pivot and retrieve the values
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Hi. Thanks. Would you be able to direct me to an example of code for that
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Thanks very much
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